WE’RE 60! WATCH AND LISTEN TO OUR FOUNDER Manhattan Project nuclear physicist Leo Szilard met with a group of fellow scientists June 2, 1962, to form the Council for a Livable World after months of touting this idea on a speaking tour of college campuses nationwide. In his speech, “Are We On the Road to […]
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THE LATEST ON RUSSIAN NUCLEAR THREATS As the teams here at the Council and at our sister organization, the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, continue to track new developments in Ukraine, the nuclear risks of the current crisis remain top of mind. The team at the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation has continued […]
“THE DOOR SHOULD ALWAYS BE OPEN TO DIPLOMACY” As the teams here at the Council and at our sister organization, the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, continue to track new developments in Ukraine, the nuclear risks of the current crisis remain top of mind. In a rare joint statement, both the Council and Center’s Boards […]
RUSSIAN INVASION OF UKRAINE BRINGS NEW ATTENTION TO NUCLEAR ISSUES A lot has changed since last month’s newsletter, which went out just a few days before Russia illegally invaded Ukraine. Since then, our team has primarily focused on educating Congress, the press and the public about what’s happening in Ukraine, particularly as it relates to […]
IS THERE LIGHT AT THE END OF THE IRAN NUCLEAR TUNNEL? Eight rounds of talks to revive the Iran nuclear deal, known formally as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), are in the “final stages” and all hands are on deck. Research Analyst Samuel Hickey was quoted in a WhoWhatWhy article discussing the potential revival of the […]